What do you call an Airstream with five horns?
There is probably a clever punchline for what sounds like the start of a riddle, but in this case the vehicle has one horn (honk!) and the Airstream … [Read More...]
The sign as you turn east off Highway 395 just south of Lee Vining, California states "Narrow Winding Road Next 46 Miles," but don’t let that discourage you from driving the span of Highway 120. It … [Read More...]
Many people who are full-timing are doing some sort of mobile business or freelance work along the way. If you have a RV-based business as a freelancer, you may be familiar with the perils of trying … [Read More...]
The Natchez Trace Parkway stretches more than 444 miles through three states and 10,000 years of North American history. This scenic parkway links Natchez, Mississippi with Nashville and crosses some … [Read More...]
Keeping the rubber on the road can be tiresome, particularly for RVers. For example, our tow unit is a 1-ton “dually,” that requires six tires on the pavement, then add the four tires on the trailer … [Read More...]
A few weeks back I shared why I feel boondocking is more memorable than staying in RV parks.
While you never know exactly what you will find in the boondocks, pleasant surprises seem to come with … [Read More...]
Winter RV shows are the best place to see the latest motorhomes, fifth wheels, and travel trailers. The events host hundreds of exhibitors showcasing RVs and campers, with special discounts on rigs … [Read More...]
Maker of the popular T@B and T@G teardrop trailers, nüCamp RV recently announced they're adding a solar panel system to their facility in Sugarcreek, Ohio.
The eco-friendly move will offset … [Read More...]
A new book by prolific writer John Feinstein has just published, and it’s sure to garner lots of attention from the golfing world.
Feinstein’s “The First Major: The Inside Story of the 2016 Ryder … [Read More...]
It’s that time of year, when flocks of snowbirds begin heading to warmer climates, and the Lone Star State is a prime destination. Located 80 miles west of San Antonio in the popular Texas Hill … [Read More...]
Those of you that have followed this blog over the years know my preferred cost for a nightly campsite is free. However, free campsites are not always conveniently located near the places I want to … [Read More...]
Golfers are always looking for an edge, something to improve their performance. SwingOil is a relatively new product on the market, and it’s more than just a sports drink.
SwingOil contains seven … [Read More...]
Among the pet peeves of one very busy RV technician: customers who bring him an RV with a roof leak. No, he’s not upset because the roof developed a leak. That kind of thing can happen.
Rather, … [Read More...]
For those whose loved ones need a more minimalist, clutter-free holiday (full-time RVers or not), finding thoughtful gifts that require minimal space can be problematic.
There are many gizmos and … [Read More...]
Red Bluff Recreation Area in Northern California has been a regular stop along the way for my wife and I as we return home from our annual fall trip to the desert southwest. It is just a short … [Read More...]
What better way to honor the upcoming holiday than by featuring a destination with the same name. Thanksgiving Point Golf Course is not only the top golf facility in the state of Utah, but it also … [Read More...]
“I don’t think the heavy stuff is going to come down for quite a while.” Dave quips, using one of his favorite movie quotes. I look out the windshield. It is dark. And snowing. The headlights of … [Read More...]
In the last installment my wife and I headed to an RV park in Pahrump, Nevada after a couple weeks of camping in the boondocks to recharge. Our batteries were having issues and required a full nights … [Read More...]